VA procedures are focused on guaranteeing that not one penny go to a claimant who might, infinitesimally might, not be eligible; instead of ensuring that all vets who are eligible get benefits in as efficient way as possible. This kind of seismic shift--from distrust to a commitment to support--won't happen without clear leadership, and without real consequences.
The VA is for Vets is Orwellian double speak. They could get rid of a lot of employees and overhead by liberalizing the complex rules and increasing efficiency through informaton technological advances. It also requires trusting the vets and their medical records as opposed to the bureaucracy.
by jeff burum May 14, 2013 at 09:25 PM
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